RPC over HTTP not working

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If i wat to test my RPC over HTTP connection from my network with outlook i get an error after connecting! I cant figure out what the problem is, I connect trough my ISA, OWA is working fine, I have a 3de party ssl Certificate, what am i doing wrong!
 
This is what im getting:  "An encrypted connection to your mail serer is not available. Click Next to attempt using an unencrypted connection"

Im using Exchange 2010 with Outlook 2007


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Do you have the same certificate that you are using on Exch 2010 installed on the ISA as well?

Could you run a test at https://testexchangeconnectivity.com and post the results...

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Yes im using a ucc ssl certificate, there on both servers, as i said owa is working, you can't acces it outside the network so the test will nog work, im using the dns settings to make it go trough the isa server.
Is this UCC SSL certificate issued by a 3rd party CA or an internal CA?

If internal, then do you have the root CA installed on the Client machine from which you are testing...

You said that OWA is working... so while browsing OWA, do you get a certificate alert?

Also, do you have the path for 'RPC' virtual directory added on the ISA rules?
Have you configured the ISA OWA rule to allow access to the RPC directory or is it completely a new rule for Outlook Anywhere?

Can you browse https://mail.domain.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll from the client machine from where you are testing?
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what is the inside address of core switch?

192.168.3.10 ?

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1. The certificate is from a 3rd party
2. Im not getting a certificate alert
3. The path was not in the isa rule, i added it
4. It is the same rule, i use 1 rule
5. I can browse to https://mail.domain.com/rpc/rpcproxy.dll but after the login there is a white page

I was reading and saw things like autodiscover or those things

It's still not working, is there anything alse you want to know?

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ifckwan???

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False Alarm it is working

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